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shanew1705    169

Panthers select DE Willis

(don't think he's been picked) 

currently at work so will post usual stuff when home tonight

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SnapDan    1,240

@Riverman eagles up 

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vipRiverman    1,190

With the 99th pick the philadelphia eagles select marlon mack rb south Florida

I've seen him listed as the number 6 running back in the draft, also the 15th

I think he'll fit the eagles scheme quote well, sharp cuts, explosive big hitter, threat to score from anywhere ( younger sproles? )

Ball security is an issue. Will need that sorted

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SnapDan    1,240

With pick 100 the Titans select : Brendan Langley - CB

Might be a round too early but I really like this guy, his game needs a little work but he's a diamond in the rough, he's a player maker at CB and has all the physical attributes to be a #1 corner in the NFL with the right coaching. 

Walter Football analysis. 

Langley put together a big senior season for Lamar with 43 tackles, seven passes broken up and six interceptions. He also returned two punts for touchdowns. As a junior, Langley had 21 tackles with 11 passes broken up and one interception. 

Langley has good height and length to him. He earned an invitation to the Senior Bowl and was impressive there. He showed good skills to run with receivers and prevent separation. Langley ran well at the combine to further improve his stock.

@Mcmanus broncos are up 

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Mcmanus    1,329

With the 101st pick in the 2017 NFL Draft 

the Denver Broncos select 

OG Isaac Asiata 




Edited by Mcmanus

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Coco0981    76

With the 102nd pick Seattle selects DeMarcus Walker (DE) from Florida State

A good pass rusher Walker registered 16 sacks the past year to as well as 19 tackles for a loss. His sack total was 2nd most in college football this year. 

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shanew1705    169
5 hours ago, shanew1705 said:

Panthers select DE Willis

(don't think he's been picked) 

currently at work so will post usual stuff when home tonight

Jordan Willis, DE Kansas

Image result for jordan willis

Was hoping Kpassagnon would fall to me here but ah well!

A DE is needed with Ealy being traded away, only heard about this guy a few days ago, really like what I've read about him since. Little bit of a project, but working alongside a player of Peppers history could certainly improve him and show him the ropes. Willis had 4 season a Kansas, sacks improved every year with his final year getting him 11.5 sacks, 17.5 for a loss and a total of 52 tackles, also had 3 forced fumbles the last 2 years as well


Long-time Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder called Willis "the epitome" of Kansas State football. That's high praise from a Hall of Fame coach who has led the program all but three years since 1989. Willis earned that praise with his play on the field and attitude off of it. He was the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year in 2016 and also garnered third-team Associated Press All-American honors, as he made 52 tackles and led his team with 17.5 tackles for loss and topped the conference with 11.5 sacks. Big 12 coaches and media inexplicably left Willis off their all-conference teams in 2015, even though he started every game and made 15.5 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks, while forcing four fumbles (tied for ninth nationally). Willis started each game for the Wildcats as a sophomore, as well (25 stops, 6.5 for loss, four sacks). The Kansas City Star All-Metro pick as a high school senior played in nine games (his one tackle was a sack) his first year in Manhattan.



 Good eyes vs. zone read; sees mesh point clearly. Quick responder once he diagnoses the action. Excellent change of direction ability to stay in the hunt. Finishes tackles, rarely allowing runners to escape grasp. Pursuit will not stop until the whistle blows. Proficient with hands. Hands are strong and control the action. Well-schooled with excellent stack-and-shed ability. Good strength in base and plays with adequate contact balance. Stays clean setting edge while spying into backfield. Uses blockers' forward lean against them, sends them tumbling forward. Arm over is a pet move that gives him early wins. Track-stance pass rusher who comes out of the blocks with decent burst to the edge. Hard worker. Productive in sacks and forced fumbles over final two seasons at KSU.


 Straight-liner mover. Very deliberate as a pass rusher. Shows rush moves early and rarely deviates from original track. One-speed rusher lacking dynamic qualities to turn corner for tight loops. Could get flattened in the rush arc due to hip tightness. Timing of hands need work as he tends to shoot prematurely, opening himself up to counter moves. Rarely makes tackles redirect inside with sharp counters. Tackles often come at angles. Might need to move to outside linebacker on next level. 


 Kyle Emanuel


 Productive three-year starter who plays with desired motor from whistle to whistle. Willis is a stack-and-shed edge defender with good play strength and quality hand work at the point of attack. He will need more creativity to be an effective NFL pass rusher, but he should be able to earn a roster spot and work his way up the pecking order in either a 3-4 or 4-3 scheme.

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Winti26    505

Sorry at everbody waiting I didn't realised saints have another pick.

Saints select as the 104th Pick CB Jourdan Lewis Michigan. 
More help for the Secondary can't be wrong if your Defense is as bad as the one the Saints have.

STRENGTHS: Lewis has the foot quickness and fluidity at the line of scrimmage to flip his body and stay hip-to-hip with receivers vertically. He routinely stays in phase in man coverage due to his balance and instincts as the space between him and receivers seems virtually nonexistent. Lewis also boasts quick eyes to locate the football with the aggressive ballskills to attack the catch point, appearing to want the ball more than receivers.


WEAKNESSES: Although he is a better than expected run defender given his size, Lewis doesn't have the body or power potential ideal for off-coverage. His preference to play tight coverage is what makes him so effective, but it is also what gets him in trouble due to his tendency to grab as he attempts to gain leverage and impede receivers. Lewis has the quickness to recover if receivers push off, but facing bigger NFL receivers will be a much different task.



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dr_volki    893

with the 104th pick of the 2017 draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select,

Elijah Qualls, DT, Washington


Comparisons between Qualls and former squat teammate Danny Shelton (picked 12th overall in 2015 by Cleveland) are inevitable. The California native was a prized recruit, and even ran for over 1,800 yards and 23 scores in his final two years in high school. Qualls played 14 games as a reserve (13 tackles, two for loss) as a redshirt freshman, then started eight games the following year (26 tackles, 4.5 sacks). Ddespite missing three games with ankle injuries, Pac-12 coaches thought enough of his 2016 play to vote him first-team all-conference (38 tackles, five for loss, three sacks) as the Huskies won the league crown and gained a college football playoff berth. Scouts appreciated Qualls' effort in the semifinal against Alabama, where he played almost exclusively as a stand-up edge rusher despite his 300-plus-pound frame.



 Has broad, thick hips. Possesses low center of gravity and plays with natural leverage. Has ability to control point of attack. Powerful upper body and can land a strong punch that sets a winning leverage point. Former high school fullback with nimble feet and surprising athleticism for his size. Has feet to overcome early reach block and work back into pursuit. Looks to pursue and run through the rib cage of a running back at impact. Two-gap reader with ability to eat space and brace up to double teams. Has ability to stuff wash-down blocks and cuts. Plays with good body control.


 Body consists of stubby legs, short arms and a very soft middle with excess weight. Can be a little sluggish off the snap against lateral movement. Will get behind early in the rep. More adept at holding ground than making plays. Feet are nimble but hips are stiff. Unable to flip around the edge as pass rusher. Need to see more plays being made against run and pass. Stays glued to blockers for too long. Game lacks consistency of effort and production. Scouts say he has put on bad weight and needs to improve his work ethic.


 "I think he's a better three-technique than a nose tackle. He's quick enough to play three, but he's getting too fat and needs to drop down to around 310 to be at his best. If he keeps getting bigger he will have to play nose. He's a run-stuffing interior lineman though and those types of players are a dime a dozen." -- NFC West area scout


 Corey Liuget


 Athletic interior defender with the play traits and ability to play three-technique or nose tackle in the right scheme. Qualls' draft stock could be a hurt by a lack of desired length and a growing concern in scouting circles that he is a boom-or-bust prospect with concerns over his future weight and work ethic. He has the talent to become a solid, early-down run defender but is unlikely to ever factor as a pass rusher.


@ZoSo you're up :up: 

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ZoSo    768

Won't be able to pick before tonight so skip my pick and move on 

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ZoSo    768

Apologies for the mixup in my pick, was on the phone and couldnt filter everyone out.

Will take Xavier Woods Safety, Louisiana tech

Steelers need a safety, and Woods will provide a good option in the box and provide coverage help.

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Coco0981    76

Seattle select Dede Westbrook (WR) from Oaklahoma

Not your modern big receiver as he is only 6ft, more of a stretch the field threat. Ran a 4.34 40 at his pro day, won the Biletnikoff award for best wr in college football and was a nominee for the heisman award. Had 1,465 yards and 16 touchdowns last year

There are some character concerns but with how Frank Clark has turned out am willing to take another chance here


@Joe your up with the jets for last pick of our draft

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Joe    2,240

Be sorted tomorrow :up: 

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SnapDan    1,240
On 03/04/2017 at 12:56 PM, DanMcGrath77 said:

Apologies for the delay

This thread is for picks only! All discussion/questions should be in the discussion thread only please :up: 


Posting Format

You can copy and paste the below format to make posting your pick easier. Simply slot in the required details, as per the example!

[b]With the First pick of the 2017 draft the TEAM NAME select,

PLAYER NAME, POSITION, COLLEGE[/b] [img]IMAGE URL[/img] Paragraph of waffle about why you picked him


Resources and useful websites

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/big-board - CBS Big Board 100

http://espn.go.com/nfl/draft - ESPN Draft coverage

http://www.nfl.com/draft/2016 - NFL Draft Site, including several mocks.

http://draftbreakdown.com/ - Draft clips of prospects


Arizona Cardinals @ZoSo
Atlanta Falcons @Scottyob
Baltimore Ravens 
Buffalo Bills @shanew1705
Carolina Panthers 
Chicago Bears @MurghBatwar
Cincinnati Bengals @Joe
Cleveland Browns 
@HLR Milo
Dallas Cowboys @SnapDan
Denver Broncos @Mcmanus
Detroit Lions @DanMcGrath77

Green Bay Packers @Scottyob
Houston Texans @Vondia

Indianapolis Colts @rayski
Jacksonville Jaguars @tripperman28
Kansas City Chiefs @dr_volki
Los Angeles Chargers 
@Beyond The Game
Los Angeles Rams @RamsDan
Miami Dolphins @Aaron
Minnesota Vikings @Vondia 

New England Patriots @RamsDan
New Orleans Saints @Winti26
New York Giants 
New York Jets @Joe
Oakland Raiders  @Kirchoffs69
Philadelphia Eagles 
Pittsburgh Steelers @ZoSo
San Francisco 49ers @Mcmanus
Seattle Seahawks 
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @StueyH111
Tennessee Titans  @SnapDan
Washington Redskins @trooper uk


Draft Order

Round 1

1. Cleveland Browns - Myles Garrett DE
2. San Francisco 49ers -Solomon Thomas DE
3. Chicago Bears - Marshon Lattimore CB
4. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jonathan Allen DT
5. Tennessee Titans - Christian McCaffrey RB
6. New York Jets - Deshaun Watson QB
7. Los Angeles Chargers - Jamal Adams S
8. Carolina Panthers - Leonard Fournette RB
9. Cincinnati Bengals - Rueben Foster MLB
10. Buffalo Bills - John Ross WR
11. New Orleans Saints - Derek Barnett DE
12. Cleveland Browns - Mike Williams WR
13. Arizona Cardinals - Mitch Trubisky QB
14. Philadelphia Eagles - Marlon Humphrey CB
15. Indianapolis Colts - OJ Howard TE
16. Baltimore Ravens - Taco Charlton DE
17. Washington Redskins - Dalvin Cook RB
18. Tennessee Titans - Malik Hooker S
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jabrill Peppers S
20. Denver Broncos - Garett Bolles OT
21. Detroit Lions - Haason Reddick - LB
22. Miami Dolphins - Forrest Lamp OG
23. New York Giants - Ryan Ramczyk OT
24. Oakland Raiders - Zach Cunningham LB
25. Houston Texans - Cam Robinson OT
26. Seattle Seahawks - Malik McDowell DT 
27. Kansas City Chiefs - TreDarius White CB
28. Dallas Cowboys - Charles Harris DE 
29. Green Bay Packers - TJ Watt LB
30. Pittsburgh Steelers - Tim Williams LB
31. Atlanta Falcons - Budda Baker S
32. New Orleans Saints - Chidode Awuzie CB

Round 2

33. Cleveland - Gareon Conley CB
34. San Francisco - DeShone Kizer QB
35. Jacksonville - Evan Engram TE
36. Chicago - Tak McKinley DE 
37. Los Angeles Rams - David Njoku TE
38. Los Angeles Chargers - Fabian Moreau CB
39. New York Jets - Corey Davis WR
40. Carolina - Obi Melifonwu S
41. Cincinnati - Carl Lawson DE
42. New Orleans - Pat Mahomes QB
43. Philadelphia - Tarell Basham DE
44. Buffalo - Kevin King CB
45. Arizona - Jarrad Davis LB
46. Indianapolis - Taylor Moton T
47. Baltimore - Cooper Kupp WR
48. Minnesota - Chris Godwin WR
49. Washington - Caleb Brantley DT 
50. Tampa Bay - Joe Mixon RB 
51. Denver - Zay Jones WR 
52. Cleveland - Eddie Jackson S
53. Detroit - Josh Jones S
54. Miami - Tyrus Bowser LB
55. New York Giants - Duke Riley LB
56. Oakland - Larry Ogunjobi DT 
57. Houston - Codrea Tankersley CB
58. Seattle - Quincy Wilson CB 
59. Kansas City - Raekwon McMillan LB
60. Dallas - Ahkello Witherspoon CB
61. Green Bay - Adoree Jackson CB
62. Pittsburgh - Jalen Tabor - CB
63. Atlanta - Dan Feeney G
64. Carolina - Carlos Henderson WR

Round 3

65. Cleveland - Bucky Hodges TE
66. San Francisco - Sidney Jones CB
67. Chicago - Davis Webb QB
68. Jacksonville - Alvin Kamara
69. Los Angeles Rams - Dion Dawkins OG
70. New York Jets - Adam Shaheen TE
71. Los Angeles Chargers - JuJu Smith-Schuster WR
72. New England - Chris Wormley DT
73. Cincinnati - Antonio Garcia OT
74. Baltimore - Pat Elflein C
75. Buffalo - Marcus Williams FS
76. New Orleans - Desmond King FS
77. Arizona - Rasul Douglas CB
78. Baltimore - William Likely CB
79. Minnesota - Curtis Samuel WR/ RB
80. Indianapolis- Ryan Anderson LB
81. Washington - Anthony Walker jr LB
82. Denver - Dalvin Tomlinson DT
83. Tennessee - Chad Hansen WR 
84. Tampa Bay - Gerald Everett TE 
85. Detroit - Jake Butt TE 
86. Minnesota - Samaje Perine RB
87. New York Giants - Derek Rivers DE 
88. Oakland - Roderick Johnson OT 
89. Houston - Justin Evans S
90. Seattle - Dorian Johnson OG
91. Kansas City - Jeremy Nichols RB
92. Dallas - Marcus Maye S
93. Green Bay - D'Onta Foreman RB
94. Pittsburgh - ??????????
95. Atlanta -Tanoh Kpassagnon DE
96. New England - Jalen Myrick CB
97. Miami - Chad Kelly QB
98. Carolina - Jordan Willis DE

99. Philadelphia - Marlon Mack RB
100. Tennessee  - Brandon Langley CB
101. Denver - Isaac Asiata OG
102. Seattle -DeMarcus Walker DE
103. New Orleans
104. Kansas City
105. Pittsburgh
106. Seattle
107. New York Jets

Rank Player Pos. Pos. Rank School Class Ht. Wt. Proj. Round
70 *ArDarius Stewart WR 7 Alabama rJr 5-11 204 2-3
81 Montravius Adams DT 7 Auburn Sr 6-4 304 2-3
87 *Vincent Taylor DT 8 Oklahoma State rJr 6-3 304 3
88 Jourdan Lewis CB 15 Michigan Sr 5-10 188 3
89 *Elijah Qualls DT 9 Washington rJr 6-1 313 3
90 Ethan Pocic C 2 LSU Sr 6-6 310 3
91 Cameron Sutton CB 16 Tennessee Sr 5-11 188 3
93 Amara Darboh WR 11 Michigan rSr 6-2 214 3
94 Tyler Orlosky C 3 West Virginia rSr 6-3 298 3
98 Jaleel Johnson DT 10 Iowa rSr 6-3 316 3
99 Will Holden OT 7 Vanderbilt rSr 6-7 311 3
100 Taywan Taylor WR 13 Western Kentucky Sr 5-11 203 3


Look at our mock... Some of the teams Gms should have listened to us :lol:

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